01 6 rules of cooperation
nr. 1 i work hard to end
Every project I start I work on till is completely finished to satisfying client expectations. I never leave started project. Creating website is hard work so I always get view to a lot of fixes before we will finish the website. When it comes to web design, it’s not all about the bells and whistles. At its very core, a website is meant to be functional – something the user can actually utilize, learn from and leverage in their buying process.
nr. 2 CLIENT IS ON THE FIRST PLACE
At the beginning of the cooperation, the most important part of the project is the client and his needs. It is him who finishes the project and must feel comfortable with his new website, logo or other marketing elements.
nr. 3 i still learn
I am not a specialist of everything however I am exploring new ways to solve creative problems and bringing direction and vision for the client. I learn and I will continue to learn. If I can not do something, you will be informed. This may include programming, copywriting, some packaging projects. Alternatively, I can find another solution to make you happy.
nr. 4 I reject some projects
I have the right to refuse the project if it is not in accordance with my rules or lack of time. I may indicate the person or company that will make the order after the agreement.
nr. 5 way of payment
The payment is always made after the completion of the project. The initial price is always set at the beginning, but the end may always be slightly different from the initial, but it is not a very big difference.
nr. 6 final project in my portfolio
When we complete the project, your website is placed in my portfolio. Unless you decide otherwise.
02 HAVE SOME QUESTIONS?
If you have any questions , please feel free to contact with me.